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. their names were paul zumot and jennifer schipsi. >> she would be like, i'm knocking them out at dominos. i just worked out, went to starbucks and i'm on my way to a meeting and it's only 6:33. >> so paul was the right kind of guy for jennifer, said roy. >> he was an entrepreneur and he seemed like he was a very driven person. and that's definitely a quality that jennifer was looking for. >> jordanian american paul zumot, sleek, attractive, educated, engaging. paul owned a local hangout, a cafe, unusual place by north american standards, where customers could smoke flavored tobacco through water pipes called hookahs. the place, and paul, were popular. >> he's a good looking guy, you know? he looks good, he smells good, he presents well. he's witty. he's smart. and he's just -- he's affectionate affectionate. >> so love at first sight? well, maybe. said their friends. >> from the minute that he told me about her, he always talked about how wonderful she is and how she's perfect. >> h edefinitely was very charismatic and he liked to joeb around joke around. >> and money? ther
stewart. tonight jennifer aniston. jennifer aniston will be here. i hope i'm not too exhausted. i had a crazy weekend. yesterday likeyear in the end of june last weekend i dress in glitter like a peacock. i march down fifth avenue to raise awareness of exotic birds. and i've got to tell you this year almost more than any other year it went really really well. i couldn't believe the support i was getting. people are like this is a great day. it's been too long. i was like, yeah, exotic birds. you know what i mean? and then people are like wasn't friday amazing? i was like why? what happened friday? >> it is a history-making night with a vote that just happened a short time ago. new york becomes the 7th jurisdiction in america to recognize marriage for same sex couples. >> jon: that's a major civil rights victory. ( cheers and applause ) new york, finally, new york state's gay and lesbian community are free from the burden that was having to set foot in connecticut in order to get married. ( applause ) really? the nuptials are in stam forward? mmmm. yes, it was last friday night at 10:
fernandez , cuenta su enfermedad . >> jennifer lópez y marc anthony se podrían reconciliar, a lo mejor para publicidad . >> que nos cuente en acceso total . >> comenzamos con alejandro fernandez que dice que es adicto a las mujeres . >> (♪ ♪) . >> si , el dice que los hiciera de chocolate me las como . >> también que la mujer ideal alguien fiel , inteligente que lo ayude a crecer . >> pero tiene novia la modelo de 23 años . >> (♪ ♪) . >> (♪ ♪) . >> ahora los rumores que jennifer lópez y marc anthony se reconcilian , revelaron que pasan por una fuerte depresión de marc por no estar con jennifer lópez . >> ella piensa en darle una segunda oportunidad . >> que esperan muy pronto por telemundo ,. >> no se la puede perder . >> es todo y es acceso total . >> si la misma enfermedad del potrillo . >> cojear de la pata . >> [risas] . >> si hay cura ? . >> no , no creo . >> pero ni modo . >> a seguir . >> muchas gracias por acompañarnos . >> [risas] . >> los dejamos con más de telemundo . >> (♪ ♪) . >>
their accreditation. jennifer franciotti joins us live with details on today's deadline to respond to those concerns. >> officials confirm the state put them on notice that they needed to fix deficiencies or face losing accreditation. the state agency put them on a provisional status after a routine yearly audit. it allows them to operate for a year until the discrepancies are resolved. otherwise, they are in danger of losing their accreditation. there have been a number of other complaints about the academy. these concerns alleged as many as five instructors put in and got paid for overtime hours that they did not work. uncertified instructors continued to teach courses. two cadets -- supervisors bullied subordinates. the fire chief received a letter that said at least in part he must respond to these accusations and fix this problem with the audit by today or face losing accreditation. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> this morning howard county police are investigating their first two homicides of 2011. the first was wednesday night in columbia. officers found 17-year-old christian hall su
could be in for our hundreds of millions of dollars. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on out exxon is going to have to dig deep to settle this major lawsuit. >> after six months of testimony, jurors awarded 150 families compensatory damages totalingattorneys have not yet totaled up how much punitive damages will be. we're told that number is also in the hundreds of millions. exxon mobil attorneys are disappointed and disturbed by the ruling of punitive damages. they say there will be an appeal. in the meantime, for families who say they've been waiting for justice, this verdict is welcome news. >> i really hope that they -- that the world has learned that you just don't do this to people and get away with it. >> as for individual amounts, we're told that they are expected to get a lecture in the melt detailing that amounts. no word of one the appeal will take place. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> looks like a new maryland state law will be going into affect this point. opponents to allow in-state tuition breaks for illegal immigrants will have collected the signatur
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imÁgenes explÍcitas de jennifer lÓpez. >> chespirito en twitter. >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn edición nocturna. >> la mayorÍa demÓcrata rechazó .noct.not uni-ed.noct.not uni-e. > el senado descartÓ esa misma noche not uni-ed.noch@not uni-e i-ed.n la cÁmara de representantes menos de dos horas antes por el inicio de la deuda. presentarÁ ahora su flan. >> a menos que haya un acuerdo o acepta mi propuesta iremos a un desastre econÓmico. ed.noc >> aumentaba el lÍmite de la deuda a $ 900 mil millones lo que cubro puesto la crisis unos meses. >> el presidente de la cÁmara dijo que habÍa arriesgado su cabeza. tuvo que aÑadir a su medida una enmienda constitucional que impondrÍa un presupuesto balanceado para conquistar los votos de los republicanos conservadores. >> es un plan que puede aceptar que el presidente. va a tener que firmarlo. >> ningÚn demÓcrata votó por el proyecto. >> abre la sesiÓn estÁ sobre el senado. el presidente recordÓ que falta oct.cuerdo fue negociado.oct.non al paÍs en una situaciÓn similar en cuestiÓn de meses. buscan las bases de un acuerdo. ed
on jennifer's face is one of anticipation and fear. >> trying to keep the tears back. >> reporter: she musters the strength as she thinks about seeing the little girl she gave up so many years ago. >> i was very young, i was 14 years old. i was just a baby myself. >> reporter: and finally, the moment she had been dreaming abo about. an embrace of mother and child for what feels like an eternity. but could never be long enough. >> i'm so glad you're okay. >> reporter: today jennifer and her daughter christina make up for lost time. sharing laughs and tender moments as they walk-through six flags hand in hand. >> it was amazing, really. i didn't believe it at first. but then we started talking and we just connected and it was really cool. >> reporter: knowing this -- >> she's so beautiful. everything i've ever wanted. >> reporter: is where their life together begins. >> this is a new beginning for both of us. and i'll never let her go again. ever. i've got her forever now. >> it was jennifer who reached out to find her daughter. what made the reunion even more special is jennifer actually spoke
, speaking of business, jennifer lopez takes care of hers as a wedding singer. >>> coming up, a pair of black eyes for the white sox, the mets end their run, and quite possibly the worst first pitch ever. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. five democratic congress women are calling on republican congressman alan west to apologize for an e-mail tyrade against a fellow florida lawmaker. west called democrat debbie wasserman-schultz despicable and cowardly after she criticized his stance on medicare. sdmrimplts texas has executed a man convicted of killing two men and wounding a third as part of a shooting spree he said was meant to target muslims in the wake of 9/11. mark stroman died by lethal injection. >>> georgia delayed the killing of a convicted murderer giving no reason. the move came shortly after the supreme court denied andrew deyoung's appeal. it will be the first videotaped execution in nearly two decades. >>> this may make you queasy. new york city is warning kayakers
's not just my girlfriend anymore. we're engaged now. >> what? >> jon: welcome back to the show jennifer aniston. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: very nice to see you. >> very nice to see you. >> jon: what's happening? >> as always. nothing. i'm just sort of strolling around new york city. >> jon: promoting some movies. >> sell ago movie. >> jon: people are saying your character is a little more raunchy, a little harder edge, a bit of a departure. clearly they did not see marlee and me. >> especially on the.... >> jon: because you in that.... >> it was crazy. >> jon: vicious. >> there was a lot of editing room floor that they could not put in. >> jon: that's exactly right. >> raunchy. >> jon: in this thing, it's about a dentist that is sexually harassing her employees. is sexual harassment of your employees, is that frowned upon now because.... >> why? >> jon: i also have one of those dentist squirters in my office. whenever anybody comes in. >> male or female? >> jon: it really is just jewish or christian. see which is which. >> that's interesting. what other dent many tools do you hav
gottbacc afterr the verdict wws read, we were - in tears."jennifer ford said it was a horrible decision to have to make -- hat "not puiltyy doesn't mean innocent. but ultimaaell, he says it -3&pwas thh prosecution's lackkof evidence that led to thh jury did she ie? iffyyu're goingg to charge ssmmooe with muuder don't you haveeto know how they illeddsomeone, or why & ttey miggtthave killld someone? or have omething, -&pwhere,,whhn, why, how? those were importann questions thht prosecctor jeff ashtonntold 3 ccn-n sisttr network tru-tv.... his ttam feel they did everythhng they could in preseeting the case."the idea that somebody woull put ucc pape n a hild after ttee wwre dead, to me juss made so little sense thattiitleft only 3 being used to kill caylee and &pi just didn't think there as anyyother rrasonablee explanation."jose baez, leadd defense atttrnny told a---c neww thh prosecution's mistake was charging casey anthony with first degree murder."they have the power to chargg pnyone for any hargeethat they feel they can prove. soo if tey're going to b
to provide safety and medical care and things like that. >> what on earth is that woman jennifer ford talking about? failure to provide safety and medical care for what? are you kidding me jvment there is no evidence. none that caylee anthony died from an accident. it was a theory from the defense team. and when crunch time came, they couldn't present a shred of evidence to back it up. yet that juror jennifer ford and i believe other jurors apparently believe there's could have been an accident involved. based on what? maybe a martian came down and put duct tape over caylee's mouth. juries have to operate on facts, not irresponsible unproved theories. now, the fact that ms. ford would say that on national television that she believes an accident might have occurred is chilling. again, how the heck would she know? no evidence establishes any accident. so here we have a jury member failing to convict casey anthony on murder charges pointing to a theory to justify the decision. that is insane! if alleged murderers can get theories thend o she rest cal the entire justice system has collapsed. rea
responding to this week's violence following the fourth of july fireworks downtown. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on reaction. good morning. >> after looking at surveillance cameras, police have released a person of interest in a stabbing that happened outside of a mccormick and schmicks restaurant. 26-year-old joseph calo was stabbed outside the restaurant. they released a picture of a person of interest and anyone with information is asked to call police. a boy ended up with a gunshot wound to is leg. kevin benson was walking with his son and pregnant fiance when they heard a popp and his son began crying. >> if it wasn't for that one cop, who i want to thank personally for -- if it wasn't for him, i don't even know if my son would still be alive. >> police had over 600 officers spread out all over the area in order to deter violence. coming up, we'll hear from the mayor and the police commissioner. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> several of those who would love to unseat the mayor are reacting to monday's mayhem. catherine pugh and otis rolley say police presence alo
responded to the crime. >> jennifer franciotti has more of what turned out to be a bizarre deadly troubleshooting. >> pool looks like police are getting good cooperation from the community in this case. they have been asking questions and they are getting some good answers. they still have no suspects or motive. three people were found shot in the head when firefighters arrived in northeast baltimore. a neighbor reported hearing shots around 4:30 tuesday morning. around 6:30 fire began. three victims were found inside. a man, his daughter, and her boyfriend. the father and a boyfriend were found dead. the daughter later died and a nearby hospital. >> we do know the homeowner has not had any contact with police. a homeowner's daughter has had some contact with law enforcement along with her boyfriend. we're looking into their background. >> when the shots were fired, a 911 call was made unanimously. police are looking into that investigation to see if officers handled that situation properly. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> fire crews on the scene of a fire in north baltim
come out with her plan and their rivals are weighing in. jennifer franciotti is live with details on these proposals. >> it seems all the candidates have plans to cut the property- tax rate and they vary widely. the property-tax rates is almost twice as high as the surrounding counties. it is almost $2.27 for every $100 of assessed value. cutting the rate has been a focal point. catherine pugh wants to cut it in half by the year 2014. otis rolley wants to cut the rate by 50% over 10 years. jody landers wants to reduce it by 30% over the next four to six years. the mayor wants to slash the rate by 9% by the year 2020. in, but cuts is the way to go. but other factors must be considered. >> unless you come up with something that replaces that revenue, then you're going to have to cut back city spending in order to compensate for it. the city cannot be running a significant deficit. >> to know more about the mayor's plan, log onto our website and click on project economy. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. another baltimore city police officer is injured on 83. this w
the fireworks ended. jennifer franciotti is live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation. >> despite the massive police presence in and around the inner harbor last night, the violence including a man being stabbed outside of a popular restaurant. a boy was shot while walking with his parents at light street and pratt street surely after the fireworks display. this happened outside mccormick and schmitz. an adult man was stabbed in the neck following an altercation. that man was rushed to shock trauma where he was pronounced dead at the hostel. as for the boy, his parents say they heard some shots being fired. they looked down. his son was crying and holding his leg. the boy was taken to johns hopkins children's center. fred bealefeld talked about the police presence that will be available to keep people safe. >> over and over and over again, it is these maniacs with guns. we're going to keep working hard to get more and more and more people off the street. >> police commissioner fred bealefeld would not talk about the number of police officers on hand last night. he said
of murdering his wife. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more of a police say prompted the shocking attack. >> police say there were no previous incidents of problems at the home. stephen is accused of murder in the death of his wife. police in en route county were called to the house in pasadena for a domestic assault on jones drive. they found the victim with lacerations to her upper body. daughter was injured with minor cuts. a neighbor says she is open for the best. >> it's not a reflection of the neighborhood. it's a really good neighborhood. but i just have a feeling that he snapped. and i just really feel sorry for the children. we're praying for the children. >>salb is facing multiple charges this morning. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a shooting in northeast baltimore least one man under guard at an area hospital. one of the officers fired a shot at the drug suspect who reportedly pulled a drug. -- pulled a gun. the suspect managed to flee the scene but sought treatment for a gunshot wound to the armed. >> the subject walked into shock trauma suffered from gu
. jennifer franciotti is live at city police headquarters with the charges did read -- daniel redd and four others are facing. police radioedd's can be heard in the background in some of the cell phone communications. according to the indictment, he and four others have been conspiring to distribute heroin spirit investigators alleged he did part of his drug dealing on the job in a police station parking lot. cell phone conversations between redd and four other suspects beginning in march. he tells one other to begin at what he calls the district. >> he discussed how to distribute drugs and where to distribute drugs. there are references to officer redd. uty.ging in drug do th >> he has been with the baltimore city police department since 1994. there was a tip about the alleged police misconduct. more on that coming up live at 6:30. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. city police make an arrest in connection of the shooting of two security guards. keymo martin faces charges of attempted murder for thursday night's shooting. one of the victims has been released from the hospi
. >> thank you. an amber alert. police searched for a boy overnight. >> jennifer franciotti is live at city police headquarters with important details that could help police find darrick brown. >> we spoke with detectives on this case. they say there is nothing to report. darrick brown was walking with friends last night in the 300 block of gwynn avenue when his friends say he was abducted. we have a picture of him. he is an adorable little boy. he is 8 years old and not quite 3 feet tall. he was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with a red and white rocket on the front. his friends say they were walking along when a green ford taurus pulled up alongside them. they say one of the suspect got out of the vehicle, grabbed the boy and sped away. >> anyone with any information is urged to contact the baltimore police department at 410-396-2100. those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize 1-866-7- lock-up. anyone with information is urged to contact the baltimore police department about this child's whereabouts. we want to get this child back home to his family. >> this amber alert was issued
. jennifer franciotti is live at city police headquarters with more of what happened. >> there was a massive police presence last night. hundreds of officers and matches involving baltimore city police. there were troopers from the maryland state police. despite all the that police presence, one man was stabbed to death and a child was shot. we will start with the boy. he was walking with his parents at life street and pratt street last night following the fireworks display. his parents heard gunfire and saw their son holding his leg. he was taken to johns hopkins children's center appeared the stabbing took place 50 minutes before that in front of mccormick and schmicks restaurants at the pier 6 pavilion. he was involved in some kind of fight involving two groups of people. he was taken to shock trauma where he was pronounced dead. fred bealefeld addressed the issue of public safety. >> over and over and over again, it really is these maniacs with guns, and we're going to work and keep working hard to get more and more and more people off the street. >> the police department will have a lot
of damage. >> for many mavericks, it will be a long and difficult cleanup. jennifer franciotti is live in dundalk with a look at the damage. >> we're on four seasons court or the heavy winds tore parts of the roofs off two of the units, two apartment buildings affecting 18 apartments. we will show you some of the damage. the storm took down trees and power lines and create little to no visibility for drivers. the result, a ceiling collapse for one woman. flooding for many residents at the four seasons complex. 12 units are affected in one unit. parts of the roof were blown off. >> i was just scared. my bge is out. i'm just scared. my children -- we don't have lights, we don't have any electricity. we're just flooded. nothing. >> not if -- talk about the calm after the storm. not affecting this guy. the red cross is helping the residents of the 18 units affected here. this is not the only. there received damage. the red cross is helping folks at halethorpe. you will see the result of last night's storm as you drive around. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. firefighters
in a lawsuit against exxon mobil oil. >> as jennifer franciotti explains, the punitive damages could be the largest in state history. she is live in towson to tell us more. >> after six months of testimony, jurors awarded 150 families compensatory damages totaling more than $496 million. we're told the punitive damages is in the hundreds of millions. attorneys are disappointed and disturbed by the ruling of punitive damages. there will be an appeal. in the meantime, this verdict is welcome news. >> i hope that they -- that the world has learned you do not do this to people and get away with it. >> that was one of the plaintiffs who says she is expecting a letter in the mail that will tell her what she will be awarded for this situation. as far as the appeal, exxon mobil attorneys have not said when they will file the appeal. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> victory for the opponents of a bill to allow in-state tuition for undocumented workers. the leaders of the petition drive say they have exceeded the number of signatures needed. opponents of the law are convinced it will b
--www.ncicap.org-- >> it is thursday, july 14. i am jennifer donelan. >> i am pamela brown. we will begin with traffic and weather every 10 minutes. we will talk to lisa in just a moment but we want to start with the great forecast from steve rudin. >> it does not get better than this for the middle of july. temperature's only in the mid 80's. 71 at reagan national. dulles at 64 degrees. that is 10 degrees cooler than it was 24 hours ago. dew point level in the 50's. high pressure over head. that means sunshine for a good part of the day. here is our forecast -- 82 to 87 degrees. cooler air in the mountains. let's get an update on this morning's rush hour commute. we head over to lisa baden. >> we have travel times in our favor between dale city and baltimore in both directions. a nice run not only on 270 but in the traffic center here at 109. now, to the news desk. >>> we want to start with breaking news this morning. a woman and her baby were carjacked. right now the suspect is in custody after lee -- leading police on a chase on the capital beltway. what is the latest? >> je
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people are playing games and not serious in terms of solving problems. >> jennifer palmary was deputy press sect for president clinton. jennifer ruben, and mike vacara, nbc news white house correspondent. vick, i want to start with you. you were trading e-mails during the morning, as the mcconnell deal and reid deal come together, you said boehner doesn't have the votes yet. >> when we see john boehner and eric cantor emerge from the meeting, at this moment, i think you're going to see them throw cold water on this mcconnell/reid deal. they have the same problem they have had all along. the core of their party unwilling to go with anything that raises the debt limit, especially if there's no -- relatively little pain in the short term involved for the president to cut entitlement programs. it's a classic problem of a house leader, whether it's a democrat or republican, you cannot go against the base of your party. either they're putting on a good show right now, but they have a serious problem because republicans on the other side of the capitol aren't behind this. >> jennifer, you've
for a man responsible for frightening assault on the man working a highway speed camera. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on this attack the shut down one of the busiest highways. >> the suspect attacked the speed enforcement vehicle that was part of the southbound side near the bwi exit. this happened yesterday morning. the parkway was shut down for three hours in both directions. police searched suspicious vehicles for the suspect. a man was considered armed and dangerous. police say the camera operator was inside the vehicle at the time. the witness claimed the man approached the vehicle with a hammer and a shotgun. he told police the suspect began tapping on the back window with the shotgun. >> the witness was obviously frightened at that point and began blowing his horn. he said the individual then came to the front of the truck and began striking the front windshield with his hammer. >> the suspect is described as a white male in his 60's weighing approximately 150 pounds. he has gray hair and was last seen wearing a red and blue plaid shirt and blue jeans. the camera o
los rumores de la separación de jennifer y marc. y hablo con el chef que conoció a la pareja en la intimidad. >>> y gloria trevi abandonó el hospital. >>> y las balas estremecen la presentación de lupillo rivera. >>> y vamos con tony con un adelanto. >>> estaremos en el centro de espectáculos sede de ♪ >>> el inesperado anuncio de separación de jennifer y marc provocó todo tipo de especulaciones, y la pareja no explicó por qué llegó a su fin, y en las redes se dice de todo un poco. >>> el rumor más fuerte es que habrían muchas peleas, y también por los reveladores videos grabados por su ex esposo, y también william levi aclaró que no tiene nada que ver, y tenemos cobertura de equipo, y vamos con magalí para que nos amplie lo que está pasando. >>> así es, buenas tardes, y fue por el caso legal que dos reveladores videos salieron a la luz pública, y jennifer dijo que había causado una pesadilla para ella y su familia, y no descartan muchos que esto provocó peleas en su matrimonio. >>> era un matrimonio muy estable en el medio hispano, habían procreado gemelos y
. >> thank you. president olague: jennifer tate, followed by charles -- thank you. [laughter] anita fieger, and jennifer heiler, and then jennifer smith. >> hello. my name is jennifer tate. i've been a marina residents for more than 15 years and i support the project. larkin street and community president buell: has demonstrated their desire to reach out to neighbors and allow dialogue over this project, which is important to me as a neighbor. there will be 24-hour staffing, a security system and lobby services for the residents. this project cannot and should not be compared to other hotels in the neighborhood. after having met and interacted with larkin street team, i'm comfortable with their ability to manage and provide support to the youth residents. i believe this is an opportunity the community should take to help these youth continue turning their lives around through its stable housing situation. these are young adults that are holding jobs or attending school. an on-site staff will be available to support them in these efforts. the ability to pay their own rent through affordable
. jennifer franciotti is live at police headquarters with details on the search for one of the abductors. >> police do have one suspect behind bars of this morning. they are still looking for another appeared in my bill looking for darrick brown if the was in for a woman with a good memory. he had been walking with friends on monday evening in southwest baltimore when he was kidnapped. helen jones was looking across the street at a vacant house when she saw a boy looking around. it's part her memory about an amber alert. called 911. police have one suspect in custody, nathaniel booker. they are looking for another man, raheem taylor. >> he wasn't crying or nothing. he was a strong little boy. before we knew it, the grandmother was here. they were crying and -- oh, they were something. they were happy and crying all at the same time. shaking -- shaking and nervous. i was glad i watched the news. >> mrs. jones said when she called him over, he asked her to call his grandmother and said he was hungry. as for the suspect in custody, he is facing charges including kidnapping. investigators ar
in the face. jennifer franciotti is live at baltimore city police headquarters with what police believe led to this violence. >> both security guards were taken to johns hopkins hospital for treatment. they are not commissioned officers. there were both armed but carries no official police powers. last night, the guards were patrolling the oak hills apartment when they came upon a group of people. a scuffle ensued. >> whereby 32-year-old security officer sustained a single gunshot wound to the right eye. the male security officer, 38 years of age, suffered several gunshot wounds to the upper torso. >> please do believe the male security guard was unable to return fire. it is unclear if any of the suspects were hit. they will be checking with area hospitals to see if anybody came in with gunshot wounds. police are asking you call detectives. reporting live, jennifer franciotti. >> president obama will hold a press conference this morning to redress the debt talks. they try to reach a deal by the weekend. we have an update. >> the meetings are scheduled today as the president holds his second
areas last night. >> it will be long and difficult to clean up this volume. jennifer franciotti is live in dundalk with a look at some of the damage. >> those storms came through and they took off part of the roofs of two apartment buildings in dundalk. one of the buildings is to my right. the other is to the left. you can see part of the roofs on the ground. these storms did come through late thursday afternoon. it took down trees and power lines leading folks without power. little to no visibility with drivers because of the sheer force of the rain. a ceiling collapsed for one woman, leaving her bedroom covered in insulation. it flooded out residents here on four seasons. parts of their roofs have been blown off. >> i was just scared. i'm just scared. we don't have lights or any electricity. we're just flooded. nothing. >> the red cross is helping residents of 18 apartment units on four seasons court. they're helping eight residents who have been displaced because of storm damage in halethorpe. shenzhen, jennifer franciotti. >> as soon as the storm hit, viewers started shooting with t
washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. . 6:00 on this monday, july 18. i am jennifer donelan. >> i am pamela brown. thanks for waking up with us on this monday. traffic and weather every ten minutes. jim russ in a moment. we start with meteorologist adam caskey. heat is coming. >> respect is. the pleasant weather a is a thing of the past. -- the heat is coming. highs near the century mark by the end of this work week. a beautiful start today in frederick, 70 degrees with mostly clear skies. 73 in downtown d.c., 70 at dulles airport. 64 in manassas and culpeper, 66 incumbents 74 -- 66 in cumberland. >>> accident on new hampshire avenue at lockwood drive in the southbound direction, south of white oak. traffic getting by to the right with a brief delay. we will show you that we have an accident reported in prince george's county on route 50 eastbound near the interchange at 197 against the rush hour float in the bowie strapped. be careful. give yourself a couple extra minutes. in southeast, m street near the waterfront has been reopened after fire department activity. virgini
girls. it's traumatic really. >> reporter: this 20-year-old new mother, we'll call her jennifer, says she was visibly pregnant, five months pregnant when she was attacked, leaving fair oaks mall on valentine's day. she was carrying four shopping bags as she walked alone down this hall way. >> and i'm pushing the door open and all of a sudden he's right there behind me. and i felt like, you know, like a pinch on my bottom. >> reporter: at first she did not realize she was hurt and yelled at him. >> hey, you just cut my leggings. and he was like no, no, no, it was my bag. he was carrying a little yellow bag. he hurried away. >> reporter: then she felt the blood and the pain. >> there was blood all over my hand. it was like ridiculous. so i started freaking out. >> reporter: police believe that jennifer's attack was the first of five constantly inflicted by the same man who uses a box cutter or a razor blade and slashes young women on their buttocks. >> it was about this long and, i mean, it was like a gush, it was pretty deep. >> reporter: and two of the attacks happened at the h&m stor
. >>> muchachas comportándose con extrema violencia se ven por todo el país. y jennifer de 16 años conoce de cerca esto. >>> unas muchachas me empezaron a molestar. >>> cuando inicio su primer año de secundaria su vida fue una pesadilla, unas compañeras la intimidaron. >>> todo empezó por internet diciendome malas palabras. >>> cuando ellos pueden poner a alguien en ridículo es mucho poder. >>> dice que empezó por un jovencito y los celos tomaron fuerza. >>> me dijeron que me iban a golpear. >>> su madre se enteró y pensó que eran cosas de adolescentes. >>> y cuando pensó que era sin importancia sucedió lo peor, las acosadores cometieron sus dichos a una cuadra de la escuela y la atacaron brutalmente. y así terminó jennifer, su madre recuerda el momento. >>> me dio coraje conmigo misma porque yo hubiera podido evitar esto. >>> jennifer volvió un mes después, para su sorpresa los directivos no hicieron mucho. >>> me dijeron que no podían hacer nada. que no era su jurisdicción. y para seguridad ella está en otro colegio. >>> ella estuvo en terapia, y esto no hará cambiar todo lo que
, academica, salva a padres de la deportación. >>> y así recordó marc anthony, a su jennifer lópez, en bogotá, ante más de 25 mil espectadores. >>> buenas tardes, en estados unidos, el problema es el calor, 18 estados, están bajo advertencia, el problema es el agua, en méxico, en guajaca, la situación grave, por torrenciales lluvias, hay al menos 3 muertes, y sin casas, por el agua, 42 municipios, sufren azote de deslaves, y puentes y viviendas inoperativas, veracruz, y tamaulip tamaulipas, y puebla, están aalerta por lluvia, solicitaron, declarar el estado e umergencia, raúl torres, tiene un reporte completo. >>> no hubo muros, ni paredes, que pudieran contener, tampoco rincones y casas que se llenaran de agua, inundaron todo en guajaca y veracruz, en guajaca, se derrumbó un cerro, dos murieron en la casa de la familia lópez. >>> un deslave, se vino la casa abajo, y quedaron dos personas en el interior sepultados. >>> los ríos se salieron de cauce, y provocaron dos muertes más, y 200 mil persona afectadas, y 38 mil lo perdieroeo todo. >>> con la lluvia del año pasado, y está, se
hard. >>> kevin spacey and jennifer aniston talk about the new comedy that opened up this weekend. >>> prince william and his wife catherine are on day two of their visit to california. they made a grand entrance on the red carpet before greeting some of hollywood's royalty. >> catherine and i have had a busy few days. but the prospect of letting loose this afternoon with a polo match. >> guests wanting to dine with william and catherine had to pay $4,000 a plate. tonight they head to a black tie events in l.a. hosted by the british film industry. >>> the ninth annual avon walk for breast cancer drew thousands of people in san francisco today. people walked through san francisco, sausalito and mill valley. crazy costumes there in order to raise funds for breast cancer organizations. tonight they plan to camp out and continue their journey tomorrow with a closing ceremony back at ft. mason and san francisco. since it's launch at 2003, more than 145,000 women have participated in the walk. a new diagnosis of breast cancer occurs every three minute notice united states. >>> right now
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: and the print media did its part, like jennifer rubin of the "washington post" who wrote, "there is a specific jihadist connection here. this is a sobering reminder for those who think it's too expensive to wage war against jihadists." and the "wall street journal" noted that al qaeda's ayman al-zawahiri has repeatedly singled out norway. and you know the "wall street journal" is accurate because as a murdoch paper, they've got proven ways to get inside information. [cheering and applause] it turns out on saturday we found out the attacks were carried out by anders breivik, a native norwegian christian with a 1,500-page manifesto railing against the muslimization of europe. now, some say these false reports of muslim involvement were a widespread failure of the media, but i say by going with their gut, these journalists were able to get the story they wanted and scoop reality. [laughter] and even if there was a rush to judgment, we must not repeat that mistake by rushing to accuracy. [laughter] just because... just because the confessed murderer is a blonde, blue-eyed, norwegian-born anti-musl
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